Table of contents for The Oxford handbook of corporate social responsibility / edited by Andrew Crane ... [et al.].

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Contents
List of Figures viii
List of Tables ix
Editor Biographies xi
Author Biographies xii
PART I INTRODUCTION
1. The Corporate Social Responsibility Agenda 3
Andrew Crane, Abagail McWilliams, Dirk Matten, Jeremy Moon, and Donald Siegel
PART II PERSPECTIVES ON CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
2. A History of Corporate Social Responsibility: Concepts and Practices 19
Archie B. Carroll
3. Corporate Social Responsibility Theories 47
Domenec Mele
4. The Business Case for Corporate Social Responsibility 83
Elizabeth C. Kurucz, Barry A. Colbert, and David Wheeler
5. Corporate Social Performance and Financial Performance: A Research Synthesis 113
Marc Orlitzky
PART III CRITIQUES OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
6. Principals and Agents: Further Thoughts on the Friedmanite Critique of Corporate Social Responsibility 137
Jose Salazar and Bryan W. Husted
7. Rethinking Corporate Social Responsibility and the Role of the Firm---On the Denial of Politics 156
Gerard Hanlon
8. Critical Theory and Corporate Social Responsibility: Can/Should We Get Beyond Cynical Reasoning? 173
Timothy Kuhn and Stanley Deetz
9. Much Ado about Nothing: A Conceptual Critique of Corporate Social Responsibility 197
J. (Hans) van Oosterhout and Pursey P. M. A. R. Heugens
PART IV ACTORS AND DRIVERS
10. Top Managers as Drivers for Corporate Social Responsibility 227
Diane L. Swanson
11. Socially Responsible Investment and Shareholder Activism 249
Lloyd Kurtz
12. Consumers as Drivers of Corporate Social Responsibility 281
N. Craig Smith
13. Corporate Social Responsibility, Government, and Civil Society 303
Jeremy Moon and David Vogel
PART V MANAGING CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
14. Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility 327
Ann K. Buchholtz, Jill A. Brown, and Kareem M. Shabana
15. Stakeholder Theory: Managing Corporate Social Responsibility in a Multiple Actor Context 346
Thomas W. Dunfee
16. Responsibility in the Supply Chain 363
Andrew Millington
17. Corporate Social Responsibility: The Reporting and Assurance Dimension 384
David L. Owen and Brendan O'Dwyer
PART VI CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN GLOBAL CONTEXT
18. Globalization and Corporate Social Responsibility 413
Andreas Georg Scherer and Guido Palazzo
19. Corporate Social Responsibility and Theories of Global Governance: Strategic Contestation in Global Issue Arenas 432
David L. Levy and Rami Kaplan
20. Corporate Social Responsibility in a Comparative Perspective 452
Cynthia A. Williams and Ruth V. Aguilera
21. Corporate Social Responsibility in Developing Countries 473
Wayne Visser
PART VII FUTURE PERSPECTIVES AND CONCLUSIONS
22. Educating for Responsible Management 503
Duane Windsor
23. Corporate Social Responsibility: Deep Roots, Flourishing Growth, Promising Future 522
William C. Frederick
24. Senior Management Preferences and Corporate Social Responsibility 532
Alison Mackey, Tyson B. Mackey, and Jay B. Barney
25. The Transatlantic Paradox: How outdated concepts confuse the American/European debate about corporate governance 543
Thomas Donaldson
26. Spirituality as a firm basis for Corporate Social Responsibility 552
Peter Pruzan
27. Future Perspectives of Corporate Social Responsibility: Where are we Coming from? Where are we Heading? 560
Ulrich Steger
28. Conclusion 568
Andrew Crane, Abagail McWilliams, Dirk Matten, Jeremy Moon, and Donald Siegel
Index 576

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Social responsibility of business -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.